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Narrowing the gap by making childcare more affordable

  Published: 22 Mar 2022

Women are retiring with one third, or $60,000 less, super than men. A significant cause of this gap is lower women’s workforce participation rates. 

ISA’s research shows that by increasing the CCS rate and flattening the taper rate, particularly for low-income women and families, the Federal Government would significantly improve women’s workforce participation and, in turn, their retirement outcomes.

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